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    Thanks for doing these. Really enjoy them. Trying to figure out some new jazz licks and these are helpful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seththedude View Post
    Thanks for doing these. Really enjoy them. Trying to figure out some new jazz licks and these are helpful.
    You bet Seth! I'm glad you find this stuff to be useful. Editing another one now, so stay tuned!

    P.S. I see you're from Roseburg. I had the chance to play out there back in 2014 with April Verch. Great times!

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    In this week's video, I decided to post a few simple exercises that will get you familiar with a lick/phrase that Tiny often played in conjunction with the 3579 digital pattern from last week. Head to hayesgriffin.com/lessons for your free PDF of the sheet music and thanks for watching!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayes Griffin View Post
    You bet Seth! I'm glad you find this stuff to be useful. Editing another one now, so stay tuned!

    P.S. I see you're from Roseburg. I had the chance to play out there back in 2014 with April Verch. Great times!
    Sweet. Was it a house concert? Have a good friend who at one time hosted a bunch of them. I used to attend many of them. Perhaps we met as I used to talk up all the mandolin guys that would come through, occasionally doing some after hours jamming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seththedude View Post
    Sweet. Was it a house concert? Have a good friend who at one time hosted a bunch of them. I used to attend many of them. Perhaps we met as I used to talk up all the mandolin guys that would come through, occasionally doing some after hours jamming.
    I believe the concert was put on by a promoter at a church? Also, I was playing guitar with the band back then mostly. Hadn't quite gotten my mandolin chops up to snuff at that point :D

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    Well, it's Wednesday...

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    Well, it's Wednesday...
    And you're upset some free learning material isn't published? You can always buy a lesson on his site that fits your schedule.
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    And you're upset some free learning material isn't published? You can always buy a lesson on his site that fits your schedule.

    How did you get that I'm upset? I do buy lessons from his site, as if it's any of your business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowtone2 View Post
    How did you get that I'm upset? .........
    I'm sorry I misunderstood your comment, thinking it was not made with the highest admiration of Hayes efforts. Print can sometimes transmit so little information.
    Play it like you mean it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill McCall View Post
    I'm sorry I misunderstood your comment, thinking it was not made with the highest admiration of Hayes efforts. Print can sometimes transmit so little information.
    Yes, I should have been clear. I appreciate and anticipate the lessons and the work he puts in. I was trying, and failed, to make that point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowtone2 View Post
    Well, it's Wednesday...
    Haha I posted on FB, but forgot to update you folks on this thread! I sliced my left index finger cooking dinner the other day and couldn't pull off the video this week, but here is the source material for next week's transcription:



    If Tiny's playing isn't enough, prepare to be blown away by the all-star lineup (Mark O'Connor, Russ Barenberg, Matt Glaser, Jay Ungar, Molly Mason, etc.).

    Hope you guys are doing well and see you next Tuesday!
    Last edited by Mandolin Cafe; Sep-24-2020 at 1:44pm. Reason: correcting embed code

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowtone2 View Post
    Yes, I should have been clear. I appreciate and anticipate the lessons and the work he puts in. I was trying, and failed, to make that point.
    Also, I should say thanks so much for the support from you, Bill, and all the other folks that have been tuning in. It's truly my pleasure to document some of Tiny's amazing style and glad that there are folks out there interested and anticipating each new lesson :D

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    Hayes, this series is SO well done. My hat is off to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandolin Cafe View Post
    Hayes, this series is SO well done. My hat is off to you.
    That means so much coming from you Scott! Thank you :D

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    Here's this week's transcription folks:



    TAB/Sheet Music: https://www.hayesgriffin.com/theres-...to-be-a-party/

    I covered Tiny's first solo in this video, next week we'll take a look at his second break. Be sure to check out the original performance (links in YouTube description), there are some cool cameos from Matt Glaser, Russ Barenberg, Mark O'Connor, and Jay Ungar!

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    Continued thank, Hayes,
    I went back to add my thanx to the individual posts. I had been remiss, sorry. I have following your posts & I am a fan. Keep it up as long as you can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mandopops View Post
    Continued thank, Hayes,
    I went back to add my thanx to the individual posts. I had been remiss, sorry. I have following your posts & I am a fan. Keep it up as long as you can.
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    It's so great to hear from you Joe, long time no see.

    Thanks for all the kind words and glad you enjoy the series. I'll be rocking Tiny Moore Tuesday as long as my finger still function

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    Here's Tiny's 2nd solo to "There's Going to Be a Party." Don't forget to head to hayesgriffin.com for the TAB/sheet music!


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    These are great Hayes! Thanks so much for what you're doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Seale View Post
    These are great Hayes! Thanks so much for what you're doing.
    Thanks for the kind words Mark! Glad some other folks are enjoying my passion project. I'll have a new one for you all tomorrow

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    A day late, but not a dollar short!


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    Another great one. Love this Bob Wills segment, led by Haggard, from the special. Some years back, I was able to snag the audio of the Wills set off Youtube, then divide up the medley into separate trax. Fun little batch of tunes with Mandolin parts from both Tiny & Gimble.
    I saw Haggard live once. He opened for Bob Dylan. Unfortunately, this was after Tiny had passed away. Haggard did pick up a fiddle & played some Bob Wills tunes. It was a very spirited potion of his show. He really appeared to be enjoying it.

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    Hey there crew! In the interest of doing my next Tiny selection the justice it deserves, I'm holding off posting until next week. To whet your appetite though, you can find next week's solo in this classic video:



    But which one will it be?! Stay tuned y'all :D

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    Alright folks, I finally got this one in good enough shape to share with you!



    As always, head to my website for the TAB/sheet music!

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    Nice jazz blues tune with a lot of soulful licks, even without a pedal. You know I'll get the tab & appreciate all of these gems!

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